Bondi Beach, Coogee Beach, Manly and more...
Sydney Beaches, New South Wales, Australia
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- Quite possibly the most famous beach in the world, Sydney's Bondi Beach presents the
nearest access to the open ocean surf from central Sydney. With headlands at the north and south
end of the beach, and a regular lifeguard patrol, Bondi Beach is one of the best places to swim
near the city centre. The beach is very busy however, and access by road is a chore when the
traffic is heavy.
- Located a short distance to the south of Bondi Beach, Coogee Beach is fast becoming as
popular. Golden sands, crashing surf and dramatic headlands are surrounded by a cosmopolitan
neighbourhood of cafes, bars and places to stay. Miles of nearby parkland, offering picnic facilities,
walks, skating and bike tracks, add to the attraction of the area.
- Possibly one of Sydney's most picturesque beaches, Bronte Beach has sensational swimming,
a sea pool, and is good for body-surfing, fishing and scuba diving.
A large park area lies directly behind the beach, and has adequate picnic and barbecue facilities.
- Located on the northern side of Port Stanley, Balmoral Beach offers sheltered
swimming, and it's great for fishing and scuba diving. At the centre of the beach, the restored
Bathers Pavillion houses a fashionable cafe and restaurant.
- After Bondi Beach, Manly Beach is one of Sydney's most crowded beaches. It is good for swimmers,
surfers, sunbathers and families. The promenade is perfect for in-line skating, strolling, skateboarding
and cycling. Located on the north side of the harbour, Manly is easily reached by the regular ferry service
from Circular Quay.
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